Morality And Social Responsibility Analysis

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Morality and Social Responsibility. Mills was a hedonist, even though this word had a different meaning than from today’s society and to him it meant is that pleasure was the only good to people. Mills believed that different ideas of good were gained by pleasure. Pleasure was an idea of good that could lead no place else (Brink, 2016). The problem with this is that people can get pleasure from things that harm other people and they find pleasure from different things that don’t benefit themselves but can harm themselves. The theory of utilitarianism which is when people enjoy hurting others. Mills says, it is our right to decide to help the greater good and Utilitarianism states that moral …show more content…
Kant gives the right over the good and doing the right thing is not good enough (Brink, 2016). You need to do right for the right reasons for it. Kant’s categorical imperative says the we need to treat others the way we would want to be treated. We need to see our behavior personal terms and recognize our limitations. We need to love your neighbors and to treat a person as end is and they were seeking love and fulfillment and the need justice and fair treatment (Jankowiak, 1996). Kant believed the duty of the government is to press liberty. Freedom should not be thought of as we can do whatever we want but we are free only when we act in our greatest nature. Freedom is not an absence of government that will not allow us to do whatever we want (Jankowiak, 1996). It is one that helps to be more understanding and life is a struggle between us and our passions. The key concept of Aristotle is that the way to get knowledge is through natural philosophy which is science. Aristotle believed everything was made with five elements which is earth, fire, water, air and Anther. He also had four causes that explained the nature of changes. The material cause of …show more content…
The effect cause is where it came from and the final is the purpose of it. Aristotle believed all life came from the sea and the complexity of life was a gradual development of not so

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